Talk Story Tuesdays: Grazing to Reduce Blazing

What: In this Pacific Fire Exchange talk story Q&A session, we round up the latest research, past and present for managers and landowners wanting to understand more about how our four-legged friends…

Wai’anae Dryland Forests on Fire (Video)

The native Hawaiian dryland forests of the Wai`anae Mountains are home to many unique species that are disappearing. Among the many threats facing dryland forests throughout the islands, the one that is perhaps most serious – and most preventable – is wildfire. (Produced by Outside Hawai’i, a program of Mālama Learning Center – 5 min)

The Rapid Flames of Guam (Video)

Learn about wildfire on Guam, the continuing threat it poses to people, native ecosystems, coral reefs and agriculture, and what you can do about it.

The Raging Flames of Palau (Video): The Value of Palau’s Forests

Learn about preventing the threat of fires to Palau’s population and forest, a source of cultural pride and biological diversity.

Palau Wildfire Awareness Curriculum: Grades 6-12

A multi-partner, standards-aligned, culturally-relevant wildfire awareness tailored to Palau’s school curriculum (grades 6-12).

Yap Wildfire Awareness Curriculum: Grades 6-12

A multi-partner, standards-aligned, culturally-relevant wildfire awareness tailored to Yap’s school curriculum (grades 6-12).

Guam Wildfire Awareness Curriculum: Grades 6-12

Fire Communication & Education, Western Pacific A multi-partner, standards-aligned, culturally-relevant wildfire awareness tailored to Guam’s school curriculum (grades 6-12).

Fuels & Wildfire Behavior – A Training Module

This PFX Training Module is a self-paced mini-course that will help you understand how fuel type, characteristics, arrangement, and environment affects fire risk and fire behavior. You will also learn to identify hazardous fuels types and arrangements on a landscape.

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